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Banks and Drakes seal historic three-wicket victory

May 13, 2003: Omari Banks and Vasbert Drakes propelled West Indies to a nerve-wracking three-wicket victory on the final morning in Antigua, as Australia's quest for an unprecedented clean sweep in the Caribbean came unstuck in the most thrilling fashion possible

Andrew Miller

Australia tend to lose composure - Buchanan

May 13, 2003: John Buchanan, the Australian coach, has admitted that his players tend tolose their composure in the heat of battle

Wisden CricInfo Staff

ACB tells Waugh to rein in Australian team

May 13, 2003: The heated altercation between Glenn McGrath and Ramnaresh Sarwan on the fourth day of the Antigua Test has brought forth strong reaction from the Australian Cricket Board (ACB)

Wisden CricInfo Staff

West Indies on verge of history as tempers fray in Antigua

May 12, 2003: This Test match has simmered for days, but in an extraordinary hour after tea, it erupted in a fury

Andrew Miller

Lawson's action reported to ICC

May 11, 2003: An astonishing week of success for Jermaine Lawson may be about to turn sour, after it was confirmed that he is to be reported to the ICC for a suspect bowling action

Wisden CricInfo staff

West Indies fight back strongly after Hayden's masterclass

May 11, 2003: Matthew Hayden was back to his best with a magnificent 177, as Australia moved ever closer to that elusive clean-sweep in the Caribbean

Andrew Miller

Hayden and Langer put Australia in control

May 10, 2003: Yet another big partnership between Justin Langer and Matthew Hayden put Australia in the driving seat at the end of an absorbing and ill-tempered second day of the fourth Test in Antigua

Freddie Auld

Lawson grabs seven wickets as Windies rock Australians

May 9, 2003: A superb display of sustained fast bowling by Jermaine Lawson put West Indies in control on the first day of the fourth and final Test in Antigua, giving Australia their first taste of old-fashioned Caribbean aggression of the series

Martin Williamson
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